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Robyn Baker

In the very first bulletin published by NZCER, Educational Research in New Zealand (1935), Dr Beeby, our first director, stated that NZCER needed to feed the curiosity of teachers, in a way that acknowledged the demanding environment of the classroom. “The curiosity can die, or can grow, but cannot stand still”, he wrote. However, “it is not the business of the Council to satisfy it but to feed it.”

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